The conflict in Ukraine marked the return of major interstate wars on the European continent. After one year of brutal battles and heavy losses, this conference takes stock of the main military lessons learned from the War in Ukraine and evaluates the possible future political settlements that may emerge from such conflict. To do so, it leverages the unique networks offered by the European Initiative for Security Studies (EISS), the Canadian Network for Strategic Analysis (NSA), and the Citadel’s Department of Intelligence and Security Studies to bring together scholars and experts from the United States, Canada, and Europe, in a truly transatlantic endeavour.
The conference was organised in two roundtables. The first one focused on the key military lessons learned from the analysis of Russian, Ukrainian, and NATO’s military performances across a wide range of domains, including military operations, training, logistics, intelligence, and nuclear deterrence. The second roundtable then examined the prospects for a future political settlement between Ukraine and Russian and the role of US and European powers therein.
The conference brought together scholars and experts from the United States, Canada, and Europe, in a truly transatlantic endeavour. In addition, it was the first ever event organised under the new initiative launched by the EISS: Online & Hybrid Events!
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